Land of Talk is the solo-musical project of Montréal’s Elizabeth Powell, and her brand-new single “Calming Night Partner” jangles with a deep, resonant, impressionistic urgency. The track is taken from a forthcoming EP of the same name, one released on November 12th. You can pre-order the digital version of it either from Bandcamp or Saddle Creek right now.
“Stars” is a warmly-vibrant youthful breeze and the quick-witted, complex-yet-cordial brand-new single from New York-born, Manchester-based musician iamkyami. Out care of their new label Heist or Hit, you can find streaming links here, and it’s also available from Bandcamp.
Crake: “Lamb’s Tail”
Poetic in evenfall, “Lamb’s Tail” is a charcoal-hued carol and the introspective, quietly-intense new single from Leeds, England’s Crake. Out care of London’s Fika Recordings, you can find streaming links for it here, and it’s on Bandcamp as well.
Claire Cronin: “Feel This”
An unswerving, Gothic canter, “Feel This” is an ageless hymn etched in gravel and the immediate brand-new single from L.A.’s Claire Cronin. Her Bloodless LP is released by Orindal on November 12th, and you can pre-order smoke-vinyl, black-vinyl and bundled editions of it both from them and from Bandcamp now.
Veps: “His Brother”
A jagged-edged, independent joy, “His Brother” is a sharp, marmalade-colored jolt of distortion, melody and confidence and the molten brand-new single from Oslo, Norway’s excellent Veps. Out on Kanine Records, you can find a host of streaming and download links for it here.
Warm Human: “Gimme A Reason”
Obsidian dark and just as piercing, “Gimme A Reason” is the gleaming, spine-chilling and quietly-commanding brand-new single from Warm Human, the solo-musical project of Chicago’s Meredith Johnston. Out care of House of Feelings, you can find streaming links for it here, and it’s on Bandcamp as well.
Aisha Badru: “Rooted”
Aisha Badru is an herbalist, holistic health intuitive and musician from Orlando, Florida, and “Rooted” is her wistful, meditative and philosophically-resonant new single. It’s one of six new tracks on her The Way Back Home EP — one she will release on December 3rd — and you can pre-save it now.
Florencia Andrada: “El Imperio”
Lavish as the warm, humid evening offers danger and revenge, “El Imperio” is the slyly-sharp, starlit and striking new single from Buenos Aires, Argentina’s Florencia Andrada. Out through the courtesy of L.A.’s Chicano-run My Grito Industries, you can find streaming links for it right here.
Juliette Armanet: “L’Épine”
Next month Lille, France’s Juliette Armanet releases her Brûler le feu LP, from which you can now hear the stylish and smoldering “L’Épine”. Out from November 19th, you can find pre-saving information for it here. CD versions of it can be found at FNAC, but you’ll have to wait until December 10th for vinyl.
Fueled by a free-spirited mischief, “Seven 55” is the honed and halcyon newest single from Hamilton, Ontario’s Jessy Lanza, on which she’s joined by London’s talented Loraine James. This is taken from her forthcoming DJ Kicks compilation, one released on November 19th. You can order double-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it from !K7 Records today.